By Onora O'Neill
During this selection of essays, Onora O'Neill argues for an account of justice that's essentially cosmopolitan instead of civic, but takes critical account of associations and limits, and of human range and vulnerability. She explores the query of even if the claims and scope of justice are constrained by way of culturally or politically particular thoughts and perspectives, and examines the calls for and scope of simply associations and the potential of an international with porous barriers and dispersed energy. Bounds of Justice will attract readers in philosophy, politics and diplomacy.
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